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Sep 2017

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Here Comes The Sun: Schools Go Solar!

Solar is coming to LASD schools and with it comes construction challenges and traffic congestion. But GreenTown has the solution – and it’s simple, healthy and fun: WALK, BIKE and CARPOOL to school! In early October, the school district will begin construction to install solar panels at all elementary and junior high ...

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Jun 2017

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Save The Date: Sept. 23, 2017

Save the Date for our 10th Anniversary Farm-to-Table Fundraising Dinner – September 23 Mark your calendars for GreenTown Los Altos’ third annual Farm-to-Table Dinner and Auction from 5-9pm at a private residence in Los Altos. We will be celebrating our 10th Anniversary and we can’t wait! It will be an evening to ...

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Jun 2017

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More Schools Go Solar. Biking Paradise!

Exciting news! The Los Altos School District (LASD) will be installing solar panels at each of its schools this Fall, resulting in savings of more than $175,000 in electricity costs each year. But the process will be a bit painful as it will occur during the school year – starting in mid-September. In the spirit […]

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Nov 2016

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Farm To Table: A Community Gathers To Support Sustainable Living

On Oct. 22nd, an impressive crowd gathered for GreenTown Los Altos’ 3rd annual Farm to Table Dinner and Auction held at the beautiful home of Bart Nelson and Deb Hope in Los Altos. Food was prepared and served by Justin’s Catering, which specializes in local and seasonable food right up the sustainable alley of GreenTown’s […]

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Oct 2016

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Wanting to Waste Less, Loyola Forges Ahead!

What do we want? Less garbage to landfill. When do we want it? Now! On Friday, September 16, Loyola Elementary School, with the help of the Boy Scouts and GreenTown Los Altos, embarked on a new waste reduction program.     Rashee Rohatgi, Loyola parent and chair of Green Loyola,spearheaded that initiative last year working ...

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Oct 2016

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Considering Native Plants? Look at Meadow Landscaping

Native plant gardens come in many flavors and what’s called meadow landscaping is becoming popular for many reasons. You can find out more at a talk, Oct. 27, 7PM at the Los Altos Library. The talk summary follows: Homeowners throughout our area are discovering the many benefits of meadow landscaping. Fill your yard with color, ...

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Sep 2016

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Farm to Table Year Three, Oh What A Night!

Each year for the last three years, GreenTown has held an annual fundraiser in October. Year after year it has surpassed our expectations. Besides being a high energy, fun party with environmentally savvy people the catering is superb and wine abundant! What more could you ask for? This year, the event will be held on […]

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